KUAC Featured Sponsor for December is Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Fairbanks
A place built on love of community, love of Alaska and a commitment to open-minded thinking. And a place that whole-heartedly supports KUAC, which gives voice to diverse perspectives from around our community and the world.
It all started in 1956 when a handful of religious progressives started meeting regularly to work on behalf of community education and change in Fairbanks. By the 1980s, UUFF had 50 members and a permanent, log-cabin home downtown.
Today, UUFF has more than 100 members and has relocated to a member-built sanctuary nestled along the banks of the Chena River. Some people call UUFF a church. Others call it a fellowship. UUFF remains a place where members work toward community education and change in myriad capacities.
The Rev. Leslie Ahuvah Fails, UUFF’s first full-time minister, offers inspirational Sunday sermons combined with an open, funky and supportive wit.
“Humor and honesty are at the heart of UUFF every Sunday,” says Rev. Fails. “And we appreciate the humor and honesty on KUAC each day. UUFF actively supports our local radio station.”
UUFF holds Sunday services at 10:30 a.m. at 4448 Pikes Landing Road, across from the Princess Hotel. Childcare and religious education classes are available each week. All are welcome to come by and see what UUFF is all about. Visit http://www.uuff.org/ for more information.